I attended this show. I do not have a seltist, but do know that the Encore was David Bowie with backing vocals/screams from the two ladies from the warm up band. I believe the name of the warm up band was Gem and they were from Yellow Springs, OH.
I made a friend from Cincy drive up with me to this show and the only other people who were there to see the show were four kids that had driven from St. Louis. All the other people in attendance worked at the bar or were there with the warm up act. Phish played a full two set show for the six of us. Mike had his wireless Bass set up and sat at the barstool next to me for a song or two.
My friend enjoyed the show and even bought a cassette copy of Junta, but never saw another show. He did find it weird a few years later when Phish was selling out Riverfront Coliseum.
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